Council: Get moving on the supermarket

 By Jaimie Julia Winterswinters@montclairlocal.newsThe council wants the Lackawanna redevelopment to move along with “dispatch,” and passed a resolution on Tuesday giving its support of the project saying the Fourth Ward is in need of...

Montclair Social Club set to open mid-July

By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsArea foodies, cocktail connoisseurs and jazz lovers will have a new place to listen to live music while dining by mid-July. The Montclair Social Club, located at the former Rascals Comedy...

Corner’s owner advances plans for restaurant in Marzullo’s space

By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news The former Marzullo’s Restaurant & Caterers space may be the second Montclair venue about to see a revival. The old Marzullo’s location on Grove Street has now been completely gutted by contractors, and...
Wendy’s

Bnai Keshet Hebrew School student protests at Wendy’s

Students from the Hebrew School of Bnai Keshet in Montclair are protesting the alleged treatment of workers in the fields who pick the tomatoes used in Wendy’s products. On April 28, 12-year-old Elliott Morley presented...
NJTV

Montclair and the locals featured on NJTV’s ‘In Your Neighborhood’

By Tina Pappas for Montclair LocalThe iconic Raymond’s Restaurant was host to the NJTV program “In Your Neighborhood” with a focus on Montclair.The popular program showcased Montclair on May 3 during the film festival for...
Seymour

Two lots to be closed near Wellmont Theater

Two municipal lots will close during construction in the area of the Wellmont Theater for the Seymour Street redevelopment project. South Willow Street Lot was closed last week and South Fullerton East Lot will...

Mountainside growing in medicine

By Tina Pappasfor Montclair Local Plans for Hackensack University Medical Center/Mountainside Hospital’s 45,735-square-foot medical office building on Bay Avenue and a parking lot on Walnut Crescent met with the approval of the Montclair and Glen...

Mayor wants Lackawanna developers at May 23 council meeting

By LINDA MOSSmoss@montclairlocal.news Saying he wants “to keep their feet to the fire,” Mayor Robert Jackson is inviting the developers of the controversial Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment project to the May 23 Township Council meeting for...

Montclair granted $142,500 from state for microgrid study

Montclair will be receiving $142,500 from the state to do a microgrid feasibility study, part of a total of $2.1 million that will be handed out to 13 town centers.The N.J. Board of Public...

Grabowsky to buy Hampton House building in Montclair

By LINDA MOSS moss@montclairlocal.news After 70 years in town, Hampton House, a high-end furniture store, is closing and Montclair developer and downtown landlord Dick Grabowsky is purchasing its landmark building on the corner of Bloomfield and...